Matteo Paltenghi

Registered user since Wed 30 Jun 2021

Name:Matteo Paltenghi
Bio:

Matteo Paltenghi is a researcher at University of Stuttgart, part of TU9 (the alliance of leading Technical Universities in Germany), and PhD candidate, advised by Prof. Dr. Michael Pradel. His driving interest consists of applications of Data Science and Software Engineering to solve challenging problems.

Previously, he researched on anomaly detection methods at CERN Cloud Team, where he laid the foundation of their first anomaly detection system together with PhD. Domenico Giordano. He completed his Double M.Sc. in Computer Science Engineering (specialization in Data Science) at Politecnico di Milano and Technical University of Berlin as a part of European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Digital Master School. He describe himself as a naturally curious individual who loves facing challenging situations that make him grow.

Country:Germany
Affiliation:University of Stuttgart, Germany

Contributions

Q-SE 2022 Author of Bugs in Quantum Computing Platforms: An Empirical Study within the Q-SE 2022-track
ASE 2021 Author of Thinking Like a Developer? Comparing the Attention of Humans with Neural Models of Code within the Research Papers-track
Author of Thinking Like a Developer? Comparing the Attention of Humans with Neural Models of Code within the Artifact Evaluation-track
SPLASH 2022 Author of Bugs in Quantum computing platforms: an empirical study within the OOPSLA-track
ICSE 2022 Author of Cross-Platform Testing of Quantum Computing Platforms within the DS - Doctoral Symposium-track